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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 8, 1976

Bare bleaches White Sox

DETROIT (/l-Ray Bare fired
a one-hitter-on infield single by
Ralph Garr leading off the
fotrlh inning-and Ron LeFlore
singled home two runs to lead
the Detroit Tigers o a 5-0 vic-
tory over the (hicago White Sox
last night.
Second baseman Gary Suth-
erland made a diving stop of
Garr's hit but couldn't make a
throw. There were only two
other White Sox runners, both
on walks, off Bare, 1-1. The
right-hander faced only one
btter over the minimum 27
since one runner was erased
on a double play and another
ws picked off first.
lehlore's single, which ex-
tended his hitting streak to 11
games, came with the bases
loaded in the sixth off Chicago
starter Terry Forster, 1-1. It
came after John Wockenfuss
doubled in a run and Tom Ver-
vzer was walked intcntionally to
ltad the bases.
A single by Alex Johnson and
a double by Rusty Staub gave
Detroit a run in the first inning.
The Tigers added a run in the
fifth on a single by Johnson
after Veryzer was safe on an
error by third baseman Jorge
Orta and LeFlore walked.

Kingman connects
NEW YORK (/) - DavE
Kingman walloped his 11th and
12th home runs of the season to
drive in five runs and lead the
New York Mets over the San
Diego Padres 6-2 Friday night.
Left - hander Jerry Koosman
spaced six hits and picked up
his third victory in four deci-
sions.
Kingman got new York start-
ed in the first inning against
loser RanJy Jones, 5-2. With
two out, Joe Torre drilled a
single to center. Then Kingman
bombed a long shot deep into
the Padres bull pen.
Kingman put the game out of
reach in the eighth with a
three - run homer after Felix
Millan had doubled and Torre
had singled.
triump h
Golden State 99
Phoenix Suns 91

Rrrrrip!
Athletes are supposed to limber up before the g me, but Cub's
decided the fourth inning was better. Little wonder Chicago lost.

first baseman John Summers

FRIEDLER STREAKS:
Sports of the 1)(e b

JCers matriculate
Michigan hockey cosh lan Farrell has announced that three
freshmen from the Detrot are i will enroll at Michigan in the fall.
The three hockey nlyecs are: Dean Turner from Farm-
ington Hills, a defenseman; goalie Peter Wenzell from Grosse
Pointe Woods and center Dan Lerg from Detroit.
Turner, who is 6-1, 200 pounds attended Birmingham Brother
Rice High School, but played his hockev in the Great Lake Junior
League for Little Caes-sr's, who were league champs. Turner was
fourth in the league in cering with 34 goals and 34 assists. Turner
will enroll in the pre-dentistry program here at Michigan.
Wenzell also played in the Great Lakes League, for the De-
troit Junior Wings. lie was selected to the Junior All-American
team for 1975-76.
With the addition of the three new recruits, this brings the
total number of freshmen hockey players expected to enroll in the
fall to six. Previous announced freshmen were defenseman Dave
Brennan from Weston, Ontario; forward Keith Crowder from
Essex, Ontario; and Doug Todi from Stouffville, Ontario.
0
USTFF ooen
The United States Track and Field Federation (USTFF) will
hold an outdoor open rack -'ieet at 12:30 today. The meet will
6aosist of 250 n-rticisants from approximately 12-15 schools, in-
cluding host Michigan, MSU, Olinet, and Adrian.
The meet is a warmnu for next week's Big Ten championships
at Champaign, Illinois. This will be the only home outdoor meet
this season for the Wolverines,
Since this is a warmup for the Big Ten championships, most
of Michigan's top runners wi! be competing. No team scores
will be kept at the meet.

Siersil To The Dai y
Coming off of its worst less
of the year at Alabama, the
Michigan men's tennis team re-
gained tol form with a 9-0 druh-
bing of Indiana yesterday.
Eric Friedler and Jeff Etter-
beek rebounded after their only
loss at number one doubles for

straight set victories in both sin-
gles and d o u b I e s over the
Hoosiers. Michigan lost only four
sets all day.
Friedler upped his singles rec-
ord to 15-1, thrashing his oppo-
nent Mike McLaughlin for his
14th straight win. Etterbeek had
an easy time beating Rick

Western leads
U golf meet
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - After 18 holes at the Spartan Invi-
tational Golf Tournament, Western Michigan leads with a
score of 372, while Ohio State is second with a score of 373.
Michigan is tied for the eighth spot with Central Michigan
at 387.
The leading indisidu-l golfer is WesternSs Mike Hurley-
with a score of 70. There are a total of 22 teams entered in
the tournament, and several Michigan players are doing
quite well. The following are the Wolverine golfers partici-
pating: Doug Davis (74), Frank Sims (75), Randy McClellan
(77), Bruce Patterson (80), Harv Ely (81), and Ken Wal-
chuck (83). While there are six men to a team, only the
top five scores are used.
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Fink, losing only four games in
his two sets.
Jim Holman and Buddy Gal-
lagher also swept through their
matches over Keith Osler and
Mike Mushkin, respectively.
O~lie Oswens dropped the sec-
and set in his event, but had
better luck in the finale, dump-
ing Tom La Salle. Brad Holland
encompassed a little trouble
early, losing the first set to Ken
Kremtm, but then poswered past
Kremm with 12 wins in the last
15 games.
Michigan, now 13-3, travels to
Columbus to play Ohio State to-
day, triumphant in 14 straight
dual meets.
Crimson creamed
Singles
1. Eric Friedler (M) def. Mike Mc-
Laughlin 0-3, 1-i.
2. Jeff Etterbeek (M) def. Rck
Fink, 6-2, 6-2.
3. Jim Homan (M) def. Keith
Osler i-a, i-a.
4. Brad Holland (M) def. Ken
Kremm 5-7, 6-2, 6-i.
5. Buddy Gallaghee (M) def. Mike
Mushkin 7-5, 6-4.
0. llet 0 , s (M) def. Tom La
Sallec 0-3, 0-7, 6-4.
Doubles
1. Feedce-Etteebeek (Mi def. Me-
Lauthtin-Keemm 0-4, 0-2.
2. Gallagher - Holland (M) def.
Fink-Oster 6-4, 6-7, 6-2.
3. Holman-Owens (M) def. Mike
Gordan-La Sane 4-6, 7-6, 6-4.

'M' nine face stiff test

Major League Standings

By BOB MILLER
The Next tso days will be the most important
for the Michilan baseball team, if they have any
designs of repeating as conference champions.
Coach Mobs Benedict's crew must meet the
challenge of Ohio State and Indiana in double-
'eaders today and tomorrow at Fisher Stadium.
Ohio State is iu third place with a 4-2 re-
cord, a mere half game behind first place
Michigan. The Buckeyes strong suit is their
hitting. Randy Shade leads the team with
10 home runs and 30 RBI's as of May 1.
Shade is second in the league with 3 round
trippers.
Probable starters for Ohio State will be Russ

Pensiero, the number one pitcher on the staff
with a 1-1 mark in loop action, and a glittering
1.93 ERA. In the second game, Paul Semall will
take to the mound undefeated in the Big Ten
at 2-0, 3.21 ERA.
Michigan will have rightfielder Rick Leach,
Dave Chapman, and Dick Walterhouse in their
potent lineup. Leach tops the Wolverines with a
.429 average, followed by Chapman, .357, and
Walterhouse who has "cooled off some" and is
hitting .322.
On Sunday, the Hoosiers make an appearance
in Ann Arbor. Indiana, like Ohio State is a heavy
hitting team. Their .326 team average is best in
the Big Ten.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GO
New York 13 5 .722 -
Milwaukee 10 5 .667 1ly
Detroit 59 8 529 3Y2
Cleveland 10 9a.a26 3 f>
naltimore - 5 11 .A50 5
Boston 6 11 .353 614
West
Tenon 12 6i.667 -
Kansas City 5 i 8529 2 1
Oakland 11 11 .500 3
Minnesota 8 10 44 4
Chicago 0 i .375 5
California 2 16 .304 7 Ve
Late games not included
Friday's Games
Texas at Boston, ppd, rain
iatimore 4, Kansas City 3
Detroit 5, Chicago 0
Milwaukee 4, Minnesota 3
Cleveland at California, n
New York at Oakland, a-

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GO
New York 17 9 G54-
Philadelphia 13 7 .650 1
Pittsburgh 13 9 551
St. Louis 11 13 .458 5
Chicago 11 14 .440 5%
Montreal 7 14 .333 7Wes
West
Los Angeles in 9 .625-
Cincinnati 13 10.565 1}
Houston 13 13 .500 3
san Diego 12 12 .500 3
San Francisco n 15 .34. 6
Atlanta 0 1t .333 7
Friday's Games
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 1
New York 6, San Diego 2
Los Angeles 10, Philadelphia 8
Pittsburgh 3, Atlanta 1
Houston 3, St. Louis 1
San Francisco at Montreal, ppd
rain

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